I also tested a few pre-production car however it was built in October close to production and there was NO issue with the infotainment system, and again that was still not production Unit .. the early pre-production vehicle I tested also had similar issues but not the one closer to production, the only thing I was not able to test was with the charging curve, however Tom M. posted a video with a late pre-production MME and on the first try plug&charge works .. he did noted the charging curve was not perfect yet that is why I have been trying to get confirmation on a actual production MME charging curve..We all hope that's true, but do we know that?
It’s critical to note that in the video because the pre-production car experience will be night and day from the production..He is going off of what "HE" has dealt with. Yes, he should have put that disclaimer in there, but he has to test what is given. all and all the tesla network is still better but the rest are catching up.
Also, in some places, tesla chargers don't work also, or if sharing your charge rate can be pulled way down.
I know here in Louisville half of the charging stalls did not work for a while. Fix now.
Thanks and welcome! This was also posted here:Hi Folks,
Just joined to post the insideev's plug & charge testing of Mach e.
I hear you .. the only way is to have all the test being done on a production MME .. still early pre-production vs the late pre-production I posted videos with my experience shows no issues, thus one would think Ford would only keep improving not going backwards .. but yes I get it we all have to wait for a production version to be 100% .. still it is fact that later pre-production examples does not have the infotainment issuesAgain, we hope that's true. But it shouldn't be stated as fact until we know it to be true.
That’s Tom M. with one of the later per-production MME with plug&charge support..Hi Folks,
Just joined to post the insideev's plug & charge testing of Mach e. Tom Moloughney of IEV did a fair amount of charging tests for Mach-E. He had no issues with plug & charge at EA stations. So perhaps Tommy had an older model/software? So we can't really extrapolate from his charging experiences. Tom's article is dated Dec 15th. Here is the link:
BTW, Tesla superchargers are also extremely slow sometimes. Just google it. Like this one below.